Hereford FC have described themselves as “deeply concerned” by the events leading up to the abandonment of their fixture at Didcot Town on Saturday.
The Bulls were leading 2-1 with less than ten minutes left, before unrest in the crowd led to the referee abandoning the fixture.
The club released a statement on their website saying “Hereford FC is deeply concerned by events that unfolded at Didcot today, which led to the referee abandoning the fixture close to the end.
It goes without saying that Hereford FC does not condone unlawful behaviour of any sort and club officials will be working very closely with the local Police, Didcot Town, the stewards who were in attendance, the FA and the Southern League to establish the relevant facts, secure all available evidence and conduct a thorough investigation.
Whilst the investigation is ongoing, we will not be making any further comment on today’s events”